More and more travelers are looking for ways to see new places while still respecting the land and traditions of places they travel. We've made it easier for you by compiling this directory of places to stay, eat and have fun while still helping us preserve the best of Tennessee.
The businesses, events and attractions listed here all are working to take better care of the natural resources, the history, and the culture that make Tennessee such a great place to live or to visit.
Downtown Greeneville Historic District
Bricked sidewalks lined with historic homes. Features the 4 corners of Andrew Johnson, tailor shop and museum, early home, statue and birthplace replica. ...more
Forbidden Caverns, near Sevieerville, is one of America's most spectacular caves. It provides the visitor with an entertaining and educational 1 hour walking tour past sparkling formations, towering natural chimneys, numerous grottos, and a crystal clear stream. ...more
Frank H. McClung Museum - University of Tennessee
A general interest museum featuring permanent exhibitions on Archaeology and the Native Peoples of Tennessee, Ancient Egypt, the Civil War in Knoxville, Decorative Arts, Geology and Fossils, Human Origins, and Freshwater Mussels as well as special temporary exhibits. Museum shop. ...more
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
The Frist Center presents world-class visual art on a schedule of changing exhibitions so you always see something new! To see what happening when you are planning a visit, check our our website calendar http://fristcenter. org/calendar-exhibitions. ...more
Grand Ole Opry
The unique art form we call country music owes its phenomenal rise in popularity to a live show that began more than 80 years ago called the Grand Ole Opry. The tradition is stronger than ever today, as several times each week the Opry presents a live show with an ever-changing mix of famous and soon-to-be-famous talent sharing the stage. ...more
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center
Visit Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center and celebrate the cultural heritage of East Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains region. Two galleries, movie, 12 historic outbuildings, concerts and other special events throughout the year. ...more
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a hiker's paradise with over 800 miles of maintained trails ranging from short leg-stretchers to strenuous treks that may require backcountry camping. But hiking is not the only reason for visiting the Smokies. ...more
Green McAdoo Cultural Center
On August 27, 1956, twelve young people in Clinton, Tennessee walked into history and changed the world. They were the first students to desegregate a state-supported high school in the South. ...more
Heydel Fine Arts Center at Cumberland University
Modern facilities for the university's fine arts students to share their accomplishments through theatrical productions, dance and musical performances. Public art shows in the Adams Gallery. ...more
Date: Jan 1, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
AiM Book Club - 3rd Tuesday Jan.-Nov.
Location: Selmer, TN
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